On Wednesday, September 11, President Donald Trump announced that his administration will pursue banning non-tobacco-flavored e-cigarettes. The move is intended to address the youth e-cigarette epidemic by decreasing youth initiation of the products, and hopefully that of combustible tobacco products.
E-cigarette use among Wisconsin high school students rose 154% between 2014 and 2018. 89% of Wisconsin high school students, and 95% of Wisconsin middle school students, say they would not try unflavored tobacco products.
Aug. 15, 2019DHS continues investigation of lung disease among teens and young adults who reported using e-cigarettes
Aug. 2, 2019FDA debuts new e-cigarette prevention ads
July 22, 2019
Sept. 13, 2019Editorial: Banning flavored vapes may not stop a deadly respiratory outbreak, but it can cut teen use
Sept. 13, 2019Puffing away: Local laws clamp down as vaping concerns spike
Sept. 13, 2019Trump's vape ban plan may complicate megamerger
Sept. 13, 2019Nick Jonas faces backlash for smoking cigar on magazine cover: 'Gross and irresponsible'
Sept. 12, 2019